Users: You need to be an Administrator to access the organization manager page and invite users to your organization.
You can invite unlimited guests to your organization, on any plan (free or paid).
Runs include up to 50 free workflow participants (free members, guests, and anonymous users) per year on the Pro plan, the enterprise plan is customizable.
You cannot pre-assign guests to tasks in the workflow editor, or to workflow runs when using the scheduling tool (you can only do this for full members or admins). Guests can only be assigned to workflow runs or tasks once a workflow has been run.
You can invite guests from the organization users page.
To open your organization manager, click your profile picture in the upper right corner of your screen, then click “Settings“. Then, select your “Members & Guests” tab.
To invite a new guest to work with you, type their email address in the field provided. Next, “Invite as” a Guest and then click “Invite” as shown below.
You’ll receive a flash notification at the top of your screen to confirm that their invite has been sent.
You should only promote someone to an admin if you are happy for them to have full access to your organization and billing.
Note: When you promote a guest to a full member, they will no longer be a free user. When you do this partway through your billing cycle, you will pay pro-rata for them, based on your monthly or yearly subscription price.
Read more about the difference between guests and members.
A guest can be removed from your organization entirely (and any workflow runs or tasks they are assigned to) using the remove user icon shown below.
If you don’t need someone to be part of your organization or you don’t want them to have to log in to Process Street, you may want to consider sharing workflows or workflow runs with them as an anonymous user.
Now that you’ve added your new guest, you can share this article with them to help them get started using Process Street. It explains the basics of what they can see and do when they first log in.